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Taxes on soft drinks 'could drive up alcohol consumption'

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Sugar taxes levied on soft drinks could drive up alcohol consumption, according to the latest research published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, with the authors suggesting, “a more nuanced approach across a range of beverages may be more effective than a single tax on sugary drinks.”

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